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Kinetic resolution of racemic 1-heteroarylalkanols by asymmetric esterification using diphenylacetic acid with pivalic anhydride and a chiral acyl-transfer catalyst is described. Molecular crystal of acridine and diphenylacetic acid and its absolute asymmetric photodecarboxylating condensation generates chirality in a two-component. The activation parameters for the racemization of a series of ortho-alkyl-substituted diphenylacetic acids are determined.
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Isamu Shiina,; Keisuke Ono,; Kenya Nakata. Kinetic Resolution of Racemic 1-Heteroarylalkanols by Asymmetric Esterification Using Diphenylacetic Acid with Pivalic Anhydride and a Chiral Acyl-transfer Catalyst. Chemistry Letters. 2011, 40 (2), 147-149.
Indicator for titration of organolithium reagents: J. Org. Chem., 41, 1879 (1976).
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